Left-wing Vox editor suspended after calling for riots at Trump events

Truth Revolt reports:

An editor from Vox.com is suspended after calling for violence at Donald Trump rallies. Emmit Rensisn told his thousands of followers on Twitter to riot if Trump held a rally in their town.

AdWeek reports that the bosses at Vox encourage disagreement but draw the line at violence.

“We at Vox do not take institutional positions on most questions, and we encourage our writers to debate and disagree,” wrote Vox editor in chief Ezra Klein, in a statement. “But direct encouragement of riots crosses a line between expressing a contrary opinion and directly encouraging dangerous, illegal activity. We welcome a variety of viewpoints, but we do not condone writing that could put others in danger. In this case, Emmett’s tweets violated Vox’s standards and Emmett has been suspended as a consequence.”

Despite his suspension, Rensin is not backing down or apologizing. Instead he is doubling down, saying he does not agree with violence against people but against claims that violence against property is just fine.

The underlying violence and feralism of the left-wing on display.

They clearly don’t believe in free speech, and are willing to use violence to shut it down. This is the same sort of violence that exists in NZ where signs are vandalised, effigies burned and protests shut down the city centre….and boycotts instituted against anyone they don’t agree with.


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